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We are honored to invite you to a newly built object on the map of Jeziorak in the tourist town of SIEMIANY. PERŁOWA OSADA is a complex of 3 summer houses for rent as early as May 2019. HOMES: -Wiejski -Marynarski -Myśliwski We offer TWO HOUSES, 4-bed and ONE HOUSE, 6-bed. Each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom, bed linen, towels, sun loungers. The possibility of a cot and a high chair for feeding. ATTRACTIONS: -Bicycles for those who like bicycle paths -Grill, fireplace in the building -Place for children on the premises -Sailing yachts and motorboats with surprises on the premises -Shipping equipment on the premises - Horse riding -Concerty -Visits of cabarets - Fishing on the premises - Restaurants, bars, ice cream parlors, cafes - A beautiful lake with beaches and marinas Perlowa Osada - a holiday of dreams in the village of Siemiany on the longest lake in Poland Jeziorak.Be the first and book now. Tel. 604111802 Perlowa Osada - holiday of dreams in the village of Siemiany over the longest lake in Poland Jeziorak. Siemiany is a tourist town with a rich accommodation and recreational facilities, and Eco Marina Siemiany which in summer is visited by thousands of tourists. They are the main, after Iława, a haven for sailors tacking among many islands scattered in this part of Jeziorak. In the village there are several catering establishments (including Szyl Siemiany Skarpa Siemiany, Zamek, Kurka Wodna) and a small Cykada hotel. In summer, music concerts take place here. This place is often visited by actor Cezary Pazura and musician Wojciech Waglewski from Voo Voo. Siemiany became the most popular tourist destination in the 1970s when it became a fashionable place of rest for the elite of the PRL (especially writers) interested in sailing. In 1970, in Siemianach, he placed the story of his novel The New Adventures of Mr. Samochodzik (later known as Mr. Samochodzik and Nemo) writer Zbigniew Nienacki, who a few years earlier settled in nearby Jerzwałd. TO THE PRICE OF THE RESIDENCE, YOU MUST BE DURITUALLY PREDICTED ACCORDING TO COUNTER COUNTER AND COUPLE. Your host will receive your reservation directly!